Thanks good explaination. We will have to see if the equipment is standard here when the car arrives in the late fall.ganzbaf said:Bluetooth is an option in switzerland. It costs approx. 600US$. You have to couple the devices (phone and car) by exchanging a passkey. Not all phones work. I would go to a dealer with your current phone and try it out. I did this with my Orange SPV C500 signature phone, it worked very well. There are no charges beside the bluetooth kit. If you have another phone which is not coupled with the car it won't interphere.
Blutooth never really worked in our m5 and the car cant read your adressbook, just sim-entries! it's a big crap! dont get it!Jim Dolan said:Should I get blue tooth cell phones? Will it just connect in the next M5 without dealer charges? If two blue tooth cell phones are in the car how does that work? Has anyone got blue tooth in their BMW and how does it work?
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Thats a bit of a sweeping statement!max_m5 said:Blutooth never really worked in our m5 and the car cant read your adressbook, just sim-entries! it's a big crap! dont get it!